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Meiji period (1868-1912)

Summer Kimono with Sagi and Reeds Period: Meiji period Date: late century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed, painted, and embroidered silk gauze (ro) Reeds (ashi), which grow along.

Unlined Summer Kimono (Hito-e) with Plovers in Flight over Stylized Waves | Japan | Taishō period (1912–26) | The Met

Japan, Unlined Summer Kimono (Hito-e) with Plovers in Flight over Stylized Waves, embroidered and resist-dyed silk gauze (ro), Taishō period

Noh costume robe (atsuita) for male role with alternating blocks of color and design (dangawari) including diamonds, squares, floral medallions and dragon roundels in violet, blue, brown, red, white, green, yellow and pink silk and gilt paper supplementary weft patterning. There is a purple, plain-weave silk lining.

Noh costume (atsuita) Kimono Japanese, Late Edo or early Meiji era,

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Cerebrating 400 years of RIMPA, An Exhibition of the works of 200 Kyoto Artists

Kosode with Scenes from Noh Plays  Period: Edo period (1615–1868) Date: second half of the 18th century–first half of the 19th century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed and embroidered silk crepe

Kosode with Scenes from Noh Plays Period: Edo period Date: second half of the century–first half of the century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed and embroidered silk crepe

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century (Edo Period) silk kimono (furisode) with a design of plum tree branches in red, pink, green, brown and white silk embroidery on a white silk damask with chrysanthemum and tortoiseshell pattern (William Sturgis Bigelow Collection)

The Kimono Gallery

An unusual antique silk kimono that combines both modern and traditional design elements, featuring bold green narcissuses and bold striping. Patterning technique seems to be yuzen-dyeing. The Kimono Gallery

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ART of KIMONO: design, fashion and fine art of Japanese kimono: Kimono as Art: The Landscapes of Itchiku Kubota

Furisode with Hydrangeas and Cherry Blossoms Meiji period (1868–1912) Culture: Japan

Long-Sleeved Kimono (Furisode) with Hydrangeas and Cherry Blossoms Period: Meiji period Date: early century Culture: Japan Medium: Resist-dyed and painted silk satin.

【白木染匠】特選京友禅訪問着「寛文直竹蔦葉図」 https://www.facebook.com/tabaca.magno

【白木染匠】特選京友禅訪問着「寛文直竹蔦葉図」 https://www.facebook.com/tabaca.magno

Kimono de cérémonie bleu, début 20ème. Motifs de volubilis, graminées et prés sous la rosée. Bunka Gakuen Museum

Kimonos à Bagatelle - 2008 - Page 1

Navy Purple Houmongi, Western Flower Pattern / 紺藍色地 洋風花唐草と天使柄 訪問着   #Kimono #Japan  http://www.rakuten.co.jp/aiyama/

Navy Purple Houmongi, Western Flower Pattern / 紺藍色地 洋風花唐草と天使柄 訪問着 #Kimono #Japan http://www.rakuten.co.jp/aiyama/

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